Have you been looking for a healthy and easy way to de-stress, relieve anxiety, and achieve relaxation? Marijuana is usually a go-to for many in this situation, but what if you wanted all of these elements without the high? Enter CBD and hemp products. Maybe you’re on the fence about trying CBD and hemp. Maybe you’re nervous about its effects, or maybe you just don’t know what to do with the products once you buy them.
Did you know that most CBD that people purchase off of the shelf at grocers or retail stores is strictly a hemp product? Often, these products also contains hemp seed oil, which is a culinary product that has been available on the shelf for many years. Many other retail consumer products contain hemp seed oil only and no CBD at all, actually. But that's okay, because both hemp seed oil and CBD oil have their own therapeutic or culinary value.
Sandra Hinchliffe—creator of PosyandKettle.com, contributor to High Times, and author of three books about cannabis and CBD—can guide you through the types of products available to you in mainstream stores and how to use each one.
Hinchliffe introduces the beginner CBD/hemp user to 75 different ways they can use the products they’ve purchased—no cannabis farming, dispensary visits, or DIY involved. These include:
Sandra Hinchliffe is the founder of posyandkettle.com, a home herbalist, an allergy chef, an autoimmune disease survivor, and an inventor of pretty things for people of sensitive constitution. She uses her background as a home herbalist and medical cannabis patient to create a repertoire of recipes designed to be both beneficial and delightful. She is the author of The Cannabis Spa at Home, the first book to bring together cannabis, spa, and herbal healing, and High Tea, a collection of gracious cannabis tea-time recipes for every occasion. She resides in Del Norte County, California.